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Morgan State Student Chosen as One of the ‘New Faces of Civil Engineering’

Congratulations to Morgan junior Gary Wallace, who recently was selected from an array of worthy nominees as one of this year’s New Faces of Civil Engineering (Collegiate Edition) by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). Wallace, a student in the University’s civil engineering program, was among 10 collegiate honorees from across the country selected by ASCE. The collegiate honorees were chosen based on their academic accomplishments and commitment to serving others, as well as for being well-rounded students reflecting the hope and promise of the next generation of civil engineers.

By highlighting young, diverse, talented engineers, ASCE’s New Faces of Civil Engineering program looks to demonstrate that engineering is an exciting and accessible profession. A total of 20 honorees were selected in all by ASCE: 10 in the collegiate division and 10 in the professional division. During April of this year, the engineering collaborative DiscoverE will select one honoree per division as the overall “New Face of Civil Engineering.”

Read more about Gary’s selection:

http://www.matsutc.org/2016/03/morgan-state-university-student-named-new-face-of-civil-engineering/

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